Here you can find recipes from our historical menus
Welcome to AVEQIAs recipes!
This recipe archive is updated regularly from historical and new recipes from our menus. After more than 20 years of cooking we have quite a few, so feel free to return here often!
Here you’ll find recipes for starters, mains and desserts, but it’s entirely up to you if you want to build an entire menu from a selection of dishes, or if you just want to cook one dish as a one off.
Please note that the recipes are created to be part of our classical 4-course meals and therefore they are dimensioned to serve 8-10 guests (depending on how generous you want to be)! If you serve the dishes as single dishes the ingredients should be enough to serve 4-6 people. This is of course dependent on how much of the main ingredient there is and how hungry your guests are!
Baked apple with ginger, salted vinegar toffee, oat crumble, cinnamon ice cream, Italian soy meringue and Swiss roll
Here we have revived an old classic: the Swiss roll! We combine it with delicious apples baked in ginger and combined with a salty vinegar toffee, a delicious oat crumble, a smooth cinnamon ice cream and an exciting Italian soy meringue. As always, you can mak…Läs mer
Spiced Sirloin with Tomato and Pepper sauce, Pickled Celeriac and Almond Butter.
Here we have a tasty main course with really good accompaniments. If you serve this on its own, you can of course serve it with some nice potatoes to ensure nobody goes hungry. You can of course grill the meat if you prefer, this time of year the grill is alwa…Läs mer
Mushroom tarte with Spicy cheese créme, Crown dill jelly, Yoghurt foam and Iced shallots
We love mushrooms, and it is so gratifying to serve this as a tartelette. Beautiful, delicious and instantly portioned! This recipe uses tartlet molds, but you can make a large tart instead if you don’t have tartlet molds at home. It’s best if you have a loose…Läs mer
Yuzu glazed Hamachi with grated and smoked tomato, kohlrabi dumpling and horseradish broth
Here we have a lovely, fresh and light dish. We serve it as an appetizer, but you can of course be a little more generous with the portion and serve it as a wonderful stand-alone summer dish. We have used Hamachi (which is a kind of horse mackerel) here, but y…Läs mer
AVEQIA’s Spiced Butter
A really underrated accompaniment is a really good spiced butter, or why not several different ones? For the upcoming BBQ season, we want to share a basic recipe for spiced butter, as well as a delicious charcoal grilled butter from one of our previous menus. …Läs mer